Hello All,

Does the proof that Merten's Conjecture is not true also prove that

exceptions to the conjecture occur infinitely often? If no, what

approaches can you think of toward exploring the possibility of a

proof that the number of exceptions to Merten's are finite? Possibly

expressed in form "for n>(big number), Mertenn's is true". I have a

strange idea in my head that the problem might be easier to solve

than appearences suggest and I need this list to destroy that notion

as expeditiously as possible, so I may concentrate on more

constructive studies.

Thanks,

Dick